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to decide. it's clear, though, highlighting nra intransigence is part of the political strategy. the new cnn/"time" magazine poll while momentum for change may be starting to fade, 56% now favor an assault weapons ban compared to 62% immediately after newtown. 58% support a ban on extended magazines. last month that was 62%. however, expanded ckground checks remains very popular with 87% supporting checks on gun show purchases. we'll have more on the politics shortly. but first, the personal two takes on what happened at the white house today. lexy haller, the uncle over noah pozner killed along with colin goddard. collin was shot four times in a classroom at virginia tech. i wuas wondering what your reaction was to what you heard. >> based on what we heard before the announcement when the families met with the president and the vice president and during the announcement itself, i was satisfied and pleased to see that the administration is treating this so seriously. and i think the strong sense i got was that they were determined to make a major change here and to enact significant reforms
. court documents obtained exclusively by cnn's drew griffin have opened a new window in the case. we are keeping him honest. if there was a pill to help protect your eye health as you age... would you take it? well, there is. [ male announcer ] it's called ocuvite. a vitamin totally dedicated to your eyes, from the eye care experts at bausch + lomb. as you age, eyes can lose vital nutrients. ocuvite helps replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivitamin to help protect your eye health. now that's a pill worth taking. [ male announcer ] ocuvite. help protect your eye health. ♪ [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. >>> welcome back. keeping them honest now. just over a year ago we told you about a horrific hate crime caught on tape, a group of white teens beating up an african-american man in a parking lot in jackson, mississippi. exclusive surveillance video was obtained by cnn that showed one of the teens backing up his pickup truck so he can actu
. local law officials say that race was not a factor. court documents obtained exclusively by cnn's drew griffin have opened a new window in the case. we are keeping him honest. from the u.s. postal service. we'll even drop off boxes if you need them. >>> welcome back. keeping them honest now. just over a year ago we told you about a horrific hate crime caught on tape, a group of white teens beating up an african-american man in a parking lot in jackson, mississippi. exclusive surveillance video was obtained by cnn that showed one of the teens backing up his pickup truck so he can actually drive over james anderson's battered body. the 47-year-old auto worker died. a federal investigation followed. the truck's driver, deryl deadmon, pleaded guilty to murder and admitted he was a part of white teens who drove around looking for black victims to beat up. the sixth member of the group pleaded guilty to federal hate crimes just this month. now 125 miles north of jackson, another african-american man has been killed by a white teenager in a car. this time no hate crime charges have been filed
battlefield perhaps for decades to come. cnn has learned that tomorrow defense secretary leon panetta will open the door to women serving in combat units. now, it won't happen all at once. there will be certain limitations. but for the first time in the long history of america's armed forces a very big door will now be opening. the decision comes with plenty of women already fighting and dying overseas, it's important to mention. at least 130 women have been killed in iraq and afghanistan. more than 800 wounded. in a moment we'll talk with congresswoman and iraq war veteran tammy duckworth. we'll also explore what could be seismic partisan political consequences. we start, though, at the pentagon with our chris lawrence. this is pretty groundbreaking stuff. after women flying helicopters, handling bomb-sniffing dogs, being combat medics, getting assigned to submarines, this is really the last great barrier to come down, right? >> you're exactly right, anderson. you're talking about army infantry, marine recon units and even potentially special operations forces. this was sort of the b
on cnn and raised questions about that photo. what can you tell us about that claim that the photo was staged? >> well, the accuser in the picture, it's out of context. a photo is just a frame. it's just one frame taken at whatever shutter speed that camera was operating. it doesn't depict the entire context of what was going on at that particular moment. and again, as part of discovery, there's additional information that would offer context, okay, that would offer context and circumstance before, during, and after that photo was taken, that i think would have the world view it in a different light. okay? but the way it's been promoted, which i certainly understand, would lead one to draw a very negative inference. and that i can't control and that's not my business to control, but again, the fairness is what i'm concerned most about. >> all right, mr. madison, i appreciate that. obviously, you're going to have to read into what you're saying a little bit here in terms of the context, but as more details emerge, hopefully we'll have you back on. i want to talk to the other side as
close to the passage of the health care law tells cnn, this is what was viewed as a relatively benign way to make sure the national rifle association didn't get involved with this. reid has been a top advocate of gun rights for years. in fact, just days after the health care law was signed, reid invited wayne la pierre, a top official at the nra, to the opening of this nevada weapons range. >> people who criticize this probably would criticize baseball. >> reporter: la pierre's visit was a big boost for reid, who was courting gun owners in his very pro-second amendment state of nevada, in a tough battle for re-election. >> i also want to thank you, senator, for your support every day at the federal level for the second amendment, and for the rights of american gun owners. >> both reid and the nra declined to talk to cnn on camera, but democratic sources on capitol hill say the nra was not the only threat to the president's health care bill. lawmakers were also worried about conspiracy theories, circulating among gun enthusiasts that falsely accused the obama administration of plotting
feels they have to change things up after cnn polling shows that more than half americans say that allowing the illegal immigrants to be american citizens should be policy. all of this a day before president obama is set to lay out his plan on immigration proposal in nevada. here to talk about it is gloria borger, and cornell belcher, and political contributor and republican consultant margaret hoover. gloria, let me start with you. what is so different this time around for the republicans? simply the reality of november's election? >> yeah, they are worried about their own survival as a political party. one way to survive as a party is to broaden your base and not remain hostage to a single part of it. and i think that has been the problem for the republican party when you talk about john mccain. when john mccain was challenged from the right in 2010, when he was running for re-election to the senate, he became much more conservative on immigration policy. now i think he's sort of unshackled and he's back to the position he was in in 2005 and 2007. i mean, you know, i spent a
, and 180 guns confiscated off the streets. ted rolands, cnn, chicago. >>> some breaking news to report on our lead story, this morning's shooting at a high school in kern county. just moments ago, the local sheriff spoke to reporters about what might have motivated the 16-year-old alleged shooter. he says the student felt bullied by his alleged target. he said the teen will eventually be charged with attempted murder. >>> we have more breaking news. the flu crossing the epidemic threshold. that according to an official with the national institutes of health. we talked to dr. sanjay gupta about the high death toll expected. humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? isurprise...it's eating less. to losing weight. i'm hungry just thinking about it. thank goodness for new slimful. one delicious,
that >> reporter: mays' lawyer told cnn it's his client who has been treated unfairly online, and that he will be found innocent. >> greetings citizens of the world. we are anonymous. >> reporter: then, on december 23rd, the internet hacker group anonymous got involved, threatening to release information on the high school football players involved in the incident unless a public apology was made to the alleged victim by january 1st. >> we will not sit tightly by and watch a group of young men who will turn to rape as a game or sport get the pass because of athletic ability and small-town luck. you now have the world looking directly at you. >> reporter: the deadline passed with no apology, and anonymous posted this picture online, showing a girl who was seemingly unconscious being carried by her hands and feet by two males. cnn cannot verify that this is a photo of the alleged victim. they also posted this 12-minute video where partygoers talk about the alleged assault and continually joke about the girl's condition. even at one point saying must have died because she didn't move during
presidential debate with cnn's wolf blitzer. >> i don't want to just end the war, but i want to end the mind-set that got us in the war in the first place. that's the kind of leadership i intend to provide as president of the united states. >> and of course -- >> senator clinton, that's a clear swipe at you. >> really? >> reporter: back then it was a very different relationship, in the midst of an already bitter rivalry. >> while i was working on those streets, you were a corporate lawyer sitting on the board of walmart. >> you were practicing law and representing your contributor, restco, in his slum landlord business in inner city chicago. >> reporter: but that relationship quickly changed. >> i endorse him and throw my full support behind him. >> reporter: just as hillary clinton showed her support for president obama, obama showed his faith in clinton. >> i have no doubt that hillary clinton is the right person to lead our state department, and to work with me in tackling this ambitious foreign policy agenda. >> reporter: what was hillary clinton's initial reaction when you told her, loo
qualifies as an epidemic according to the national institute of health. here's what he just told cnn. >> if you look at the charts that the cdc put out on their website, it clearly has gone above that threshold, so we're into what would classically be described as a flu epidemic. it's still on the uptick, and usually when you're above that baseline in the flu season, you stay there for about 12 weeks. we're right now at about week five or so. so we still have a way to go. >> long way to go, it's expected to be the worst flu season in years. more than half of the states already reporting widespread t outbreaks and officials are saying the cases they're seeing are more severe than last year. emergency rooms across the country are overflowing. boston has declared a public health emergency. at least 2,000 people have been hospitalized. at least two people have died from the flu, and the center for disease control is going to release new numbers tomorrow. they priblth more than 50,000 may die from the flu this season. i spoke to dr. sanjay gupta, starting with the news that the flu is n
already seen more than 50 shootings, 14 homicides, and 180 guns confiscated off the streets. cnn, chicago. >> breaking news right now to report on the lead story of a shooting at a high school in kern county two hours north of los angeles. they spoke to reports about what may have motivated the shooter. the student felt bullied by the alleged target and said the boy planned the shooting the night before and used a gun taken from his home. the teen will be charged with attempted murder. more breaking news. the flu crossing the epidemic threshold according to an official with the national institutes of health. we will talk to sanjay gupta about the high death hole expected. [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. ya. alrig
by two males. cnn cannot verify that this is a photo of the alleged victim. they also posted this 12-minute video where partygoers talk about the alleged assault and talk about the girl's condition. even at one point saying she must have died because she didn't move during the alleged assault. >> what if that was your daughter? >> but it isn't. if that was my daughter, i wouldn't care. i'd just let her be dead. >> poppy harlow is joining me live from steubenville. i know you had a chance to talk to the chief of police in this town. what's see saying about all of this to you? >> reporter: well, he's incredibly disturbed as many are. he was not allowed to talk about the details of the investigation, which is still ongoing. these two young men will go to trial on february 13th but this is what he told me disturbs him most. >> the thing i found disturbing is depending on who actually was there, why didn't somebody stop it? i mean, you simply don't do that. i mean, it's -- it's not done. >> reporter: it's important, ashleigh, to point out obviously these two men are innocent until found g
at bicycling magazine, has written about armstrong for years and cnn legal analyst jeffrey toobin. you have been in touch with armstrong since that interview. i guess in the last 24 hours. what can you say about what he said? >> i we had an exchange, last noilt night, he asked if i watched the interview. >> did he think you might not be watching? >> i gave him my opinion of what i thought he had done right, and the parts i thought he was wrong about. and we had, i would say, kind of a respectful exchange about that. this morning, we had another one. and it ended with something i thought was very interesting. he kind of signed off by saying, work to do. >> what did you take that to mean? >> it could mean a number of things. it could be as we're saying, that he does indeed see this as a process. but it is lance, and always i'm aware that he might be using me with a goal in mind, so he might be just trying to get me to let people think that, you know, there's a process. >> one of the things you said last night after we were getting off the air, you have covered him, really, he has dominated yo
with cnn. which could explain why all we got from congresswoman joann emerson was the slam-door treatment. the southeast missouri republican is quitting congress. not because she lost. in fact, she just won her last election to her tenth term by a landslide. she's quitting because she landed a job back in what you might call the real family business, the politics of influencing congress. follow the lineage. in the '70s, joann emerson married a lobbyist bill emerson. wh he went on to become congressman from missouri, joann went on to become a lobbyist for the restaurant industry. when he died of cancer in 1996 she took his seat and served nine terms since then. while the combined emersons were spending 32 years in congress they were raiding two daughters, both of whom who are now registered lobbyists. now congresswoman emerson goes back to a trade association directing a team of lobbyists. >> it's the personification of the revolving door. >> reporter: kathy kyle we the sunlight foundation says it's a revolving door of lobbyists and politicians and staff members and big payoff jobs that er
to come. cnn has learned that tomorrow defense leon panetta will open the door to women serving in combat units. it won't happen all at once. there will be certain limitations. for the first time in long history of american armed forces, a big door will be opening. the decision comes with plenty of women fighting and dying overseas it's important to mention. at least 130 women have been killed in iraq and afghanistan. more than 800 wounded. in a moment we'll talk to a congresswoman and iraq war veteran and look at political consequences. we start at the pentagon with our chris lawrence. this is ground breaking stuff after women flying helicopters, combat medics, assigned to submarines, this is the last great barrier to come down. right? >> you're exactly right, anderson. you're talking about army infantry, marine recon units and even potentially special operations forces. this was sort of the big glass ceiling that had not been broken yet. you mentioned other ones. the army recently opened up special ops aviation, that women could be pilots and crew members on aviation flights, for specia
must give these men the death penalty. >> reporter: randi kaye, cnn, atlanta. >> cnn's reporter joins me now. you were at the courthouse when the suspects were brought in. what happened? >> reporter: anderson, the five suspects charged with the murder and rape of that medical student were brought into court today basically, so that the charges against them could be read out to them. now, the court did announce that this would be an en camera proceeding from now on. what that means is that the public and the media will have no access to that court proceeding from now onward. and even if the media were to get information from elsewhere on the court proceedings, they would not be able to report on that. i should point out this is actually standard practice in rape cases in india, and that's presumably because rape victims do not want the public and the media around. but also there was a bit of a ruckus right before the suspects were brought in. some of those lawyers there yelling at other lawyers, their colleagues saying, quote, you cannot defend those barbarians. >> it's also going to b
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